US News Silvia of Sweden: Why she was so close to her brother Walther († 86)
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The Swedish royal family is in mourning for Walther Sommerlath († 86). The big brother of (76) died on October 23 after a short illness in the Karolinska Hospital in Huddinge, Sweden. Silvia, who was born in Heidelberg, had already brought her brother to Sweden a few weeks ago in order to be able to support him in the last days of his life. "My family and I are very sad and we miss my brother Walther", .Queen Silvia ended up with her family in the concentration camp
Silvia is very close to her family - despite the distance. The 76-year-old has welded her childhood together with her siblings. Silvia was born in Heidelberg in 1943, but after three years the family traveled to São Paulo in Brazil, the home of Silvia's mother Alice. Father Walther and Alice were out for several weeks with their children Silvia, Walther Jr., Jörg and Ralf. What very few people know: The family ended up in a concentration camp in the British zone, as the Swedish newspaper "Svensk Damtidning" reports.
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At the opening of a bridge in Stockholm last weekend, and did not show any sign of their grief, as you can see in the video:Silvia from Sweden brought Walther Sommerlath zu sich
"There were a lot of families there and everyone was waiting to leave," reported Ralf Sommerlath (91) last year. "But the British didn't want to let us go. They suspected that there were Nazis among the refugees - and probably they were." Fortunately, the Sommerlaths were able to move on and made it to Brazil. But it's no wonder that this time brought the siblings close together. These are formative memories that Silvia shares with her brothers. Since Walther was almost ten years older than Silvia, he will certainly have been a loyal protector of the little sister back then. All the more comforting that she could now be there for him and make his last days as pleasant as possible.
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Patrick Sommerlath (49), Walther's son, also lives near Drottningholm Palace. After his parents divorced, Silvia welcomed and welcomed her then 15-year-old nephew with open arms to give him support. Now father and son could also spend time together before Walther fell asleep peacefully forever.
You can see how Carl Gustaf and Silvia work in the Stockholm Palace in the video below:
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